A study exploring the gap between the expectations and aspirations of young people in light of revolutionary promises and their actual experiences.
Since the ascension of an Islamist government to power following the 2011 revolution, Tunisians have increasingly welcomed the concept of Islamic finance.
From acquittals of those implicated in the US Embassy attacks to the handling of corrupt businessmen, not much makes sense about the Tunisian judiciary.
Noureddine Arbaoui, the political relations officer for the Tunisian Ennahda movement, speaks about the party’s successes and challenges.
Exploring the conflict within the Islamist constituency in Tunisia between Ennahda and the Salafists — and why it was inevitable.
Three topless European protesters who staged a nude demonstration in Tunis in solidarity with Tunisian activist Amina Tyler have been arrested.
The struggles faced by Tunisia’s economy following its 2011 popular uprising have been exacerbated by a decrease in phosphate production.
Three recent cases illustrate Tunisia’s struggle with freedom of expression following the Jasmine Revolution.
Young Tunisian independent activists are sitting out party politics and looking for other outlets of change.
While typically tolerated by the government, popular anger has prompted the Tunisian authorities to admit the connections between Ansar al-Sharia and al-Qaeda.